Elizabeth Duke

Elizabeth Duke


Elizabeth graduated from the University of Alberta with her Juris Doctor in 2020.

During law school, Elizabeth was actively involved in Francophone Law Students Association (the “FLSA”) and served as President of the FLSA in 2019 to 2020. In 2019, Elizabeth participated in the inaugural Michel Bastarache moot which is the first common-law moot in Canada to be conducted entirely in French.

Elizabeth received a Bachelor of Arts with Distinction at the University of Alberta in 2017, with a double major in English Literature and French Language & Literature. Along with numerous other awards, Elizabeth received the Manoel Faucher Prize for the top convocating student in the French faculty.

Elizabeth joins Cote & Evans Trial Lawyers after completing her articles at the Edmonton Community Legal Centre, a nonprofit which provides legal assistance to low-income individuals in the Edmonton area.


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